Fifteen pages of activities for a French unit on going to the movies. Suitable for French 1! Contains vocabulary list, poster project, information gap exercises, logic problem, phrases, CAN-DO statements, charts, surveys and more!
In this project, students have the opportunity to choose their own French film to watch. They then write a film critique, present an oral presentation, and then a DVD cover to represent their film. I typically do this project in French 3, but it could be adapted to level 2, 4, or even AP depending
Daily French Conversations - Au cinéma - Intermediate French Lesson PlanThis lesson is designed to show students how daily conversations flow in French. You get a video in French and English, an audio version with the dialogue spoken in French only, a fill in the blank exercise, and a transcript whi
This is an activity based on Allocine, a web site, that advertises all the movies currently playing in French cinemas. Students search for and give definitions of movie titles they understand. Tell what they can understand of the synopsis and critiques of two movies of their choice, and answer que
This bundle of French movie-themed resources is designed to accompany a French movie-themed unit. Activities for all four strands of language learning (listening speaking, reading, and writing) are included. This bundle of resources is designed for Core French as a Second Language students in grades
Your older Core French students (in grades 7-9) will absolutely love this fun 3-page skit about a group of girls who go to the movies with their crushes. The ending will have your students laughing! This would be perfect for Reader's Theatre performances! This set also includes differentiated rea
❖ 30 French speaking prompt question cards - Le cinéma - The movies ❖Want your French students to use their movie vocabulary in meaningful context? Use the cards to teach them the vocabulary if you want. This low prep activity is a fun way to encourage your students to speak more and engage in conve
This flipchart game is used with dry-erase boards to practice film genres in French. It was created based on Chapter 12 of the Bon Voyage, Level One, French series.
Game premise: On one slide, I describe a popular film in French. Then, students must guess on their dry-erase boards the title of the
If you are doing a French movie unit in your classroom, this resource is perfect for setting up your own movie theater scenario! Use this product to set up a movie theater box office and a concession stand in an instant, to have students practice buying and ordering in a hands on way! This Product I
Students will speak and write about one of their favorite films or create a plot for an original movie using the computer. Word count is 60-75 but may be changed to meet the grade level and needs of your students. 2-3 day project. Good for Distance Learning! Resource includes: cover page
Le Cinéma - Bundled French ResourcesActivities to use in the French classroom when talking about movies et le cinéma. Save 20%.Don't need everything in the bundle? Would you like to add non-related resources to your purchase? That's ok, you can still get 20% off your purchase of $20 or more with my
This is a French comprehensible vocabulary input of French movie stars, along with the year and title of the film in which he or she won a César for best actor. It is designed to be read aloud in the classroom or virtually or via hybrid classroom so that students can interpret meaning from what is h
This resource guides students in creating a partner dialogue about seeing a movie in Montreal. This resource includes:- a task sheet with success criteria- a script-writing template- a page of helpful vocabulary including expressions and sentence starters- a partner assessment form- a rubricThis a
Students write a French movie, cinema, or tv vocabulary word under each of the 18 images. Sample words include cartoons, satellite dish, movie theater, popcorn, remote control, and ticket. There are also images depicting different movie genres and tv programming.This activity can be used for refere
French skit about cinema - Mini-dialogue au futur simple - Le cinémaOne page French dialogue between two people talking about le cinéma. Short skits or dialogues like this one show students how to use the futur simple in meaningful context. Verbs written in the futur simple are in bold print. The
This listening and reading quiz is designed to assess students on their ability to listen and understand and to read learned cinema vocabulary. It could also be used as an assessment for learning prior to beginning a unit based on cinema vocabulary.This resource includes:- a listening section with p
This Knowledge Organiser is designed to support students to talk about their opinions on films and on a recent visit to the cinema.It includes:A verb tableKey questions on the topicSuccess and impress sentencesPlease note that the document is formatted but it is not displaying as such on the photo.
Ce produit contient 24 mots de vocabulaire reliés à la thématique LE CINÉMA + 3 lexiques différents.
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Distance Learning: This has everything for the distance learning experience, including:a) complete presentation in powerpoint on French Film b) Google student searchesc) Flash-Discussion Cardsc) making artist card--(to share with class)d) making enhanced visual based question--(to share with class)e
Explore the AP themes of Science and Technology and Beauty and Aesthetics at any time with this fun, authentic French video from 1Jour1Actu answering the question " Qui a inventé le cinéma?" A short French paragraph from 1Jour1Actu along with 10 French comprehension questions, comments and a follow
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Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in French class. I love to play the game Taboo with my students. French Taboo is a game that is easy to modify and use with beginners and advanced
This communicative speaking activity is ideal for a French movie unit! Students must use their knowledge of movie genres in French in order to fill in all of the missing gaps on their page! They must find the answers by asking their partner questions that reveal what they have on their page!This pro
168 slides to introduce and practice vocabulary for talking about movies, books, TV and music. Many labeling activities. Several partner / class speaking activities included. Teacher instructions are included in the notes section of the slides for speaking activities.
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